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We are excited to welcome you to our new adventure, Joel Taylor Ministries. We are excited to launch this new ministry, and I would personally love to see you become a big part of its outreach to the world.

What is this ministry about? God’s Word, all of it, and the spreading forth thereof. We desire that every true believer become more and more fervent in their stand upon the Word of God alone, as the only guide to life and godliness and the final, paramount authority in all things in every aspect of life. We desire that every true believer continue in his or her growth toward maturity in Christ Jesus, ever reaching toward greater heights of understanding our great and glorious God through the person of Jesus Christ our Lord and Master.

The end purpose of all of our duties and graces as Christians is the knowledge of God Himself. It is not to “go deeper” into the Gospel alone. I pray that the content and resources which you find here will not only encourage you to persevere in the faith once delivered to the Apostles, but will be used in preparing you to pray for strength in the difficult times which are coming, and they are coming.

We desire to reach the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, knowing all the while that many will reject it and be lost forever. Our focus is to provide resources which we trust and pray will be used to point you continually towards the written Word of God, away from the spiritual gurus offering something new and exciting, and to strengthen you to press on in the counsel of God, the only true faith, and result in living in such a way as to be distinctively separate, not only from the world, but from the apostate church which clothes itself in so many deceitful ways.

In addition, this ministry will seek to educate and train pastors and church leaders in biblical preaching, doctrine, and contending earnestly for the faith by making them aware of the popular heresies which have infiltrated the Church – and which the popular, celebrity preachers refuse to address.

There is no such thing as static Christianity. In Ephesians 1:17, the Apostle Paul prayed for the Ephesians that they might increase in the knowledge of God. Regardless of our ‘level’ of sanctification, we are to continue to grow.

With this as our conviction in ministry, a series of theological and educational courses is in the works, to be offered to the general public. In addition, we will host conferences, “laboring to equip the saints for the work of the ministry, for building up the body of Christ.” – Ephesians 4:12.

In His service,

Joel Taylor